KU Postgame Notes
Nov. 28, 2006
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Kansas 83 Dartmouth 32
November 28, 2006
Kansas’ win over Dartmouth…
- Makes Kansas 6-1.
- Improves KU to 584-105 in Allen Fieldhouse, including 167-11 since the 1994-95 season.
- Gives Kansas a 1-0 series lead against Dartmouth and improves its record to 9-0 all time against the Ivy League.
- Improves head coach Bill Self to 1-0 against Dartmouth, 78-25 since arriving at Kansas and 285-130 in his coaching career.
- Makes Kansas 1,879-778 all time
- The game was broadcast in Chinese, which is believed to be a first in college basketball history and the first time that it has occurred in Big 12 history.
- Junior Darnell Jackson tied a career high with 13 points and with his 11 rebounds recorded the third double double of his career, second of the season.
- Junior guard Rodrick Stewart scored a season-high eight points.
- Stewart also set a new season high with 15 minutes.
- Sophomore Matt Kleinmann set a season high with his four points.
- Dartmouth’s 13 points in the first half set a new KU opponent season low for points scored in a half. It is the fewest points scored by a KU opponent in a single half since Missouri State (formerly SMS) scored 13 on Dec. 30, 2000.
- Dartmouth’s five first-half field goals were the fewest by a KU opponent since Colorado managed five on Mar. 01, 2006. Its 19 field-goal attempts were the fewest by a KU opponent since Duke had 19 on April 1, 1991.
- Dartmouth was held without a field goal for nearly the first eight minutes of the second half until Alex Barnett’s lay-up at 12:05.
- Dartmouth’s 32 points were the fewest by a Kansas opponent since 1951, when Oklahoma State scored only 27 (March 10, 1951 in Stillwater). It also marked the fewest points scored by an opponent in Allen Fieldhouse. It was the fewest points allowed to an opponent in Lawrence since Idaho scored 28 on December 11, 1946 in Hoch Auditorium.
- Kansas set new season highs for offensive rebounds (23) and total rebounds (52). Kansas tied season highs with 67 field goal attempts and 22 three-point field goal attempts.
- Kansas’ nine personal fouls were the fewest since Kansas was whistled for seven fouls against Fort Hays State on December 10, 2003.
- Dartmouth’s 16 field goals marked the fewest by a Kansas opponent since Missouri made 15 hoops on February 18, 2006. The Big Green shot 25.0% (12-of-48) which is the lowest Kansas opponent shooting percentage for a game since Kentucky shot 24.2% (15-of-62) on January 7, 2006.
- Kansas recorded new opponent season lows for points (32), points in a half (13), field goals (12), field goal percentage (25.0%), two-point field goals (9), three-point field goal attempts (11), free throws (5), free throw attempts (10), free throw percentage (50.0%), offensive rebounds (8), and total rebounds (23). The 16 Big Green fouls tied a Kansas opponent season low.